Acclaimed author Sigmund Brouwer‘s newest novel, Thief of Glory, recently earned a starred review from Publishers Weekly, meaning they consider it ‘a book of outstanding quality.’
Thief of Glory is a historical novel set in 1942, when the Japanese invaded the Dutch East Indies. Ten-year-old Jeremiah Prins and his family are taken to a camp where they face starvation, brutality and despair. Separated from his father and older brothers, Jeremiah must take over as the head of the family in order to help his mother and younger siblings survive. Decades later, he is haunted by his memories of his time in the camp and struggles to find peace despite all that happened.
Publishers Weekly’s starred review of Thief of Glory stated, “Thorough historical research, skillful use of foreshadowing, and keen insight into the human spirit make this one of Brouwer’s best.”
Read the entire review here.
Protected by the dark of night, Jaimie Piper runs. But is anywhere safe when Evil is hunting you?
She’s just a twelve year-old girl, bumped around between foster homes and relegated to school classes for challenged kids, those lagging in their test scores or with behavioral issues. But her real problem is that she can sense something the other kids can’t—something dark. Something compelling her to run for her life.
All Crockett Grey wants is to mark the anniversary of his daughter’s death alone.
But when his student Jaimie comes to him, terrified, her need for protection collides with his grief, and a tangled web of bizarre events sends them both spiraling toward destruction.
Crockett’s one hope of getting his life back is to uncover the mysterious secrets of Jaimie’s past and her strange gift. It isn’t long before his discoveries lead him to a darker conspiracy, secrets guarded by the highest seat of power in the world—the Vatican.
Sigmund Brouwer is the bestselling author of Broken Angel and nineteen other novels, with close to three million books in print. His work has appeared in Time, The Tennessean, on Good Morning America and other media. Sigmund is married to recording artist Cindy Morgan and has two young daughters.
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Searching for Real Faith – or No Faith at All
Will this dangerous quest lead the outcast Orphan King toward an ancient secret—or to certain destruction?
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Posing as a beggar, Thomas escapes Magnus after fifteen men, who are calling themselves the Priests of the Holy Grail, arrive and take control of the castle through wondrous acts and apparent miracles. With the help of his longtime friend Gervaise, Thomas sets out a journey that leads him to the ancient Holy Land. Unaware that Katherine and Hawkwood are watching over him, Thomas is tested in his beliefs and comes face to face with the ancient power that the Merlins and Druids have long been searching for.
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The future of the Immortals is in the hands of an orphan.
The last words of a dying woman would change the life of young Thomas. Raised behind monastery walls, he knows nothing of his mysterious past or imminent destiny. But now, in the heart of medieval England, a darkness threatens to strangle truth. An ancient order tightens their ghostly grip on power, creating fear and exiling those who would oppose them. Thomas is determined fulfill his calling and bring light into the mysterious world of the Druids and leaves the monastery on an important quest.
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What others are saying about Sigmund Brouwer:
“Speculative Christian fiction is rare, and Brouwer does it with
the skills of an episodic storyteller that make a reader wonder when the
movie is coming out.”
You might like Sigmund Brouwer if you liked: Adam by Ted Dekker
and This Present Darkness by Frank Peretti.
What others are saying about Breath of Angel:
“This lusciously written fantasy has it all: epic battles, earthbound
angels, immortal humans, and a bright, engaging heroine. Henley’s
young priestess turned- warrior is forced to put her past together like
a jigsaw puzzle with pieces so sharp they cut. Her story is nearly impossible
to forget, so readers will be eager for more!”
—Louise Hawes, author of Black Pearls: a Faerie
Juvenile Literature Award nominee
You might like Karyn Henley if you liked: Waterfall by Lisa
T. Bergren and The Light of Eidon by Karen Hancock.
What others are saying about The Dragons of Chiril:
“Donita K. Paul never fails to satisfy the imagination and delight
the soul. In this book, she takes us beyond the boundaries of her beloved
DragonKeeper chronicles and opens up vast new realms of wonder. The adventure
of Tipper, the sculptor’s daughter, will strike a responsive chord
in the heart of every reader who has ever faced a seemingly impossible
challenge.This is fantasy that truly illuminates reality!” —Jim
Denney, author of the Timebenders series
You might like Donita K. Paul if you liked: Raising Dragons
by Bryan Davis and By Darkness Hid by Jill Williamson.
What others are saying about Kathleen Y'Barbo: “Kathleen
Y’Barbo has written a high-spirited novel about the kind of woman
we’d all like to be: spunky, creative, witty—and a good shot.”
—Diann Mills, author of A Woman Called Sage
You might like Kathleen Y'Barbo if you liked: Deep in the Heart of
Trouble by Deeanne Gist, Whirlwind by Cathy Marie Hake,
and Walker's Wedding Day by Lori Copeland.